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Results 1 to 32 of Lean in 15 – 90 day plan – anybody on it? My bloat and weight is getting worse I have lower back issues but the exercises etc die apparently tailored by the coach Please – no “go swimming” etc comments There’s no way that’s happening with my self esteem in bits at the idae. I did it at completely the wrong time though. Right before an all inclusive holiday and right before Christmas and Idavr Years. Now I’ve fallen into bad habits again. I’ll look into this Lean in 15 plan What do you do when it’s finished?

You’d be better going to your GP and asking if they run a weight clinic. The more weight you lose the more your self esteem will improve. Last edited by bonzo; 1st May at Originally Posted by bonzo Originally Posted by TaketheCannoli.

Hmmm, this for me too.

I’ve looked at all of these ‘plans’ but always wonder what happens at the end. Ciet does try and promote life style change udave than quick fix. Was very close to doing the programme but tried the book to see if I could get on with the recipes and haven’t really looked back.

Save yourself the money and go to youtube and type in 15min bodyweight circuit or HIIT 15 minute, and cut all the crap out of your diet.

What is the iDave diet & where can I find details of it?

White flour, sugar etc. If you are pretty old, then be careful doing HIIT. The one and very important thing to say is,you really do have to enjoy whatever training you do eventually do,I’ve trained since I was 18 now 56 and love it as much now as then,I can pretty much tell you what people I see walk thru the gym doors that will very soon stop coming thru those doors,why,because it ain’t easy,and people that have never done the physical exercise required to give them all the body changes they are striving for soon realise it is not what they are prepared to do to get those changes.

Diet is the biggest part of those changes,the gym visits are to sculpt your body over time,but don’t be like most people in the gym that just make the machines xiet in the way they are designed to!. Hard,the rewards will come,but certainly not iave that’s why gyms have a huge turnover of people. You will know when you’ve had enough too,little excuses start to appear,with the promise of working out harder tomorrow! Looks interesting, I need to do something as my weight ha sbeen getting a bit out of hand over the last few years.

Will check this iave. We have the Lean in 15 cook book that he has out. I’ve lost 7kgs since November using recipes from that, Bear Grylls Fuel for Life book, cutting most of the sugar out of my diet and doing 80 to miles a week of interval turbo training on my bike.


Nobody said it was easy! I’ve lost 5 stone over recent times. It wasn’t easy and keeping the weight off is harder still. Different things work for different people. For me I watch what I eat, walk everywhere that I can rather than drive this includes the two miles from the train station for my commute and I do one or two sometimes three 5km runs per week.

I’ve still got about a stone to go, but I’m currently Vigilance is key though. Somebody I know had fantastic results with Slimming World.

Doesn’t do it for me. My advice would be to find what works for you and keep idav it. It’s for life though, not 90 days.

I got this off a mountain bike forum years ago, apparently the poster had got it from Mark Webber’s personal trainer or someone. Anyway, that’s unimportant, I tried it and it worked for me, along with some exercise and cutting out the beer. I do enjoy a glass of red wine though, so probably another reason it worked for me.

It’s free, nothing to lose etc. Veg are mostly carbs. Also unless you are obese, then I understand that dropping all fat intake will dramatically lower your body’sability to produce rather important hormones, such as testosterone and thyroid. It’s just a matter of time I’m not following any plan but my wife’s cooked a few meals from Joe Wicks Lean in 15 book and they’ve been great so far. Hope you achieve you goals, good luck!

It’s day 3 A few headaches Definitely don’t feel so bloated Not feeling hungry tbh Not falling off the work I’ve started wagon Even prepping lunchbox for work with meats and salad the night before – unheard of for me, but enjoying it.

Originally Posted by Omegamanic. Originally Posted by Sweepinghand. A few headaches Definitely don’t feel so bloated Not feeling hungry tbh Not falling off the work I’ve started wagon Even prepping lunchbox for work with meats and salad the night before – unheard of for me, but enjoying it.

Has anyone tried Joel Fuhrman? Goes by the name Eat to Dite. Originally Posted by SimonH.

Basically NO sugars, NO grains limited carbs and those that you do have are pretty much from veg which are high in fibre so makes your body work much harder to get the carbs. These are mostly iidave veggies. High fat nuts, butter, oils, avacado, eggs, fish,etc moderate protein Bottom line is stay away from refined food and SUGAR. I’m pretty healthy, have run many marathons for instance but the main thing that works for me is staying well off carbs, or at least keeping them low.

If I do I have them at evening meal on days I’ve worked out so most of the excess glucose is stored as gylcogen in the muscles and not converted to fat. As other people have recommended I’d start off with a couple of books that explain the whys and hows along with recipes.

Its very easy to do and will save you money on those programmes – more for the watch fund!! The below are good books and concentrate on type of food you eat not on the amount of calories. In fact Diwt can lose weight eating more calories than I should be eating “better” choices.


Lean in 15 – 90 day plan – anybody on it?

Defies logic but it does work! Do the YouTube videos and it doesn’t take a degree to google healthy recipes. Don’t obsess just workout to your ability and eat 3 proper meals a day. Knock the Boose on the head is key imo. No carb, no fat diets are idabe silliest thing that so many people fall for because of poor understanding.

You absolutely need both for your body to function properly. You need carbs for energy which also aids your body’s ability to process and absorb protein. Without them your body will just start feeding on the muscles. Fats are just as important, as they provide fatty acids which are essential for cell growth and function.

Fats also provide steroid hormones and transport vitamins. Without them your body will quickly degrade.

One is definitely not good for you, but the other one is essential. I know people don’t want to hear it, but weight is purely down to calories in vs calories out. No magic diets will achieve long term goals. All of these “lose X amount in a week” diets are nonsense as most of that is just water weight, since a crash diet forces the body to use stored glycogen which holds a lot of water.

That only lasts a short period and is unsustainable, so as soon as you resume a more normal diet you regain all of the weight, and often even more because the body is in shock and tries to recoup as much as possible.

In order to lose weight steadily and healthily, even without exercise, you need to find your maintenance calorie intake level, let’s say calories per day. If you reduce the calories byyour body will still get enough energy for normal operation, but you will be losing about half a pound per week. Of course, heavier you are more you can cut out which will accelerate the loss initially until you start getting closer to your healthy goal.

Going below calories is dangerous even for small person as your body needs at least that to purely function at rest. I should add that I think everyone should try to educate themselves about nutrition.

It’s one of the most important aspects of our existence, but so many people are confused about it. I am trying to gain lean mass at the moment and I think it’s much more painstaking than losing weight.

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Originally Posted by BaBa. Originally Posted by adigra. Last edited by Omegamanic; 21st May at Originally Posted by bitfield. If that were true, there wouldn’t be all these diet books. What could the authors possibly have to gain from advocating unsustainable eating regimes which don’t work and keep people coming back for more diet books, year after year? Forum

I always liked the saying “Don’t count calories, make calories count. Originally Posted by Lorex. The time now is